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Minister: Go ahead, swipe your card
Posted: Friday, October 28, 2016

Minister: Go ahead, swipe your card
"We have issued instructions to all the gas stations that are owned and operated by NP....that they are to continue taking credit cards and debit cards and so on."

We need another solution
THE BANKERS Association of Trinidad and Tobago (BATT) has responded to the decision by the Petroleum Dealers Association (PDA) to eliminate electronic payments at its gas stations

Young: Investigation launched
AN investigation has been launched following allegations that United States law enforcement officials have been approaching officers attached to the Strategic Services Agency (SSA) offering inducements for information

Drug bust in Tobago
Lieutenant Manswell told Newsday that 14 packets of cocaine weighing 13 kilos and 11 packets of marijuana weighing 16 kilos were seized by Coast Guard officials

Bring in the police
A university lecturer and activist wants a police investigation into funding of the Office of the President and the actions of two public office holders in the matter of the housing allowance paid to President Anthony Carmona

Vaccination Drive
The Health Ministry has received 100,000 doses of the influenza vaccine, according to Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh.

PoSGH Intern offered counselling
The young, female intern who claimed she was held-up at gunpoint on Sunday night while on duty at the Port-of-Spain General Hospital

MP queries truck jobs
COUVA South MP Rudy Indarsingh has queried a call by Labour Minister Jennifer Baptiste- Primus, for unemployed TT nationals to take up 35,000 jobs as truck-drivers in Canada in her recent Senate Budget speech.

Govt: Plenty questions on poverty report

'Public to access facilities, beach and car park at Pier 2'

Soca artiste calls for early prostate screening
Soca artiste Terrin "Jaiga" Callendar is calling on men not to be ashamed to get their prostates screened or tested for early detection of cancer, and to ensure a long healthy life.

Daren Ganga honoured
Former West Indies cricketer Trinidadian Daren ­Ganga was honoured by the National Council of Indian Culture (NCIC) at the Divali Nagar celebrations in Chaguanas on Wednesday night.

Culture loses veterans in Mas, kaiso and pan

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